But then it was and I was busy and I just never got around to reading it.
Meghan’s attempts to be brave and emotionless in the face of Queen Mab of the Unseelie Court, who would sooner turn her into an ice sculpture than look at her.
Soon, Meghan is whisked away on another adventure to save the Faerie courts from the encroaching and destructive Iron Realm.
The story is about forbidden love. Ash is kind of a jerk in this book, and at first it had me flashing back to New Moon when Edward leaves Bella “for her own good.”
But there is a *reason* that Ash turns into a complete butthead. And Kagawa explains that reason — I even guessed it long before Ash gives Meghan the explanation.
I really enjoyed the pull of their relationship — they both know it is wrong — their families are mortal enemies and it is forbidden in Faerie law. But each understands the inner-workings of the other and their love blooms because of it.